Hotels Near Lebanon, Tennessee
Just west of Nashville, Tennessee, is the beautiful community of Lebanon, named for the biblical cedars of Lebanon. This Lebanon also has beautiful cedar trees and is the home of a state park aptly named Cedars of Lebanon State Park. After you check-in at one of the many hotels near Lebanon, Tennessee, wander along the 8 miles of hiking trails and picnic in one of the 11 shelters. Horseback riding is available from The Stables at Cedars of Lebanon with guided trail rides. The park makes for a lovely day of communing with the natural area of cedar tree groves.
Getting to the city is easy and staying in the city is even better. Lebanon has a municipal airport that services several commercial aircraft and Nashville International Airport is only 30 minutes away on the I-40.
Interstate 40 runs just south of the city and continues east to Winston-Salem, North Carolina and west to Little Rock, Arkansas. Lebanon is about 35 miles from the Kentucky border to the north and 100 miles to Alabama south.
There is a lot to see and do in the area and the living is easy when staying at hotels near Lebanon, Tennessee. Mind your budget and enjoy the convenience of Ramada Lebanon, Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lebanon, Quality Inn/Lebanon, and Days Inn Lebanon. All have easy access to the I-40 provide comfort and breakfast at low costs. Enjoy pools and free parking while knowing a comfortable bed and clean shower await you after a day of discovering the area.
Discover Cumberland University’s, a small liberal arts college in Lebanon founded in 1842, theatre, fine arts, and music programs or view the many art exhibits at Adams Fine Art Gallery. If a college visit is on your agenda, staying at hotels in Lebanon, Tennessee, makes it easy to reach the university.
Another historic site, The Hermitage, President Andrew Jackson’s mansion home, is in Hermitage, Tennessee. About 30 minutes from Lebanon, the 1,120 acres of beautiful grounds and buildings can be visited with an audio tour by wagon. This and Tulip Grove, President Jackson’s secretary’s residence, are available to explore.
Going to Nashville
If you want to see Nashville, take a train ride from Lebanon on the commuter, Music City Star, Monday through Friday. When the Tennessee Titans play at LD field, a Game-Day Express train commutes fans to the football game. The architecturally delightful stadium has natural turf and is open-air. Enjoy the Titans or catch a soccer game here.
Traveling west, Nashville is only a 30-minute drive away and attracts tourists to its Country Music Hall of Fame, a museum that highlights the history of country music and displays artifacts, such as clothing and musical instruments, used by the great stars.
Nearby, experience the Grand Ole Opry, a live radio show that has been playing to live audiences since 1925. Witness the “circle” of wood underneath the microphone that was relocated from the original location so that current artists could stand and perform on the same floor their famous predecessors like Minnie Pearl did.
History and art make the trip memorable. Meanwhile, hotels in Lebanon, TN, keep you comfortable and relaxed when you’re not out exploring.